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Pet Shop Boys “Fundamental” Tour News and Tickets

July 29, 2006

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British synth-pop icons Pet Shop Boys are set to return to North America with a major tour late this fall supporting their recently released new album “Fundamental.”

The duo of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, who have only been making sporadic concert appearances during the last few years, have mapped out a full-on blitz this summer, with a full slate of European shows leading up to their autumnal North American dates.

The duo’s trek through North America will begin with an Oct. 10 show in Montreal. The 23-city slate includes stops in major cities across the continent, ending with a pair of Mexico dates in mid-November.

“Fundamental,” the band’s ninth studio album, and first since 2002’s “Release,” hit stores in June. The album contains 11 new originals penned by the duo, as well as a Dianne Warren composition entitled “Numb.” The disc was produced by Trevor Horn (Paul McCartney, Tina Turner).

The album’s first single, “I’m With Stupid,” became a Top 10 hit upon its release in the UK. A second single, “Minimal,” was released shortly after the album hit store shelves.

A streaming video of “Minimal” is currently available for viewing on the Boys’ website.

Pet Shop Boys Tour Dates

Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 13 – Boston MA – Boston Opera House
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 14 – New York NY – Radio City Music Hall
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 15 – Washington DC – D.A.R. Constitution Hall
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 17 – Miami Beach FL – Jackie Gleason Theater
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 18 – Orlando FL – Hard Rock Live-Orlando
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 19 – Atlanta GA – The Tabernacle
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 21 – Austin TX – The Backyard
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 22 – Grand Prairie TX – NOKIA live at Grand Prairie
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 24 – Saint Louis MO – The Pageant
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 26 – Detroit MI – State Theatre-MI Detroit
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 27 – Chicago IL – Chicago Theatre
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 28 – Minneapolis MN – Orpheum Theatre-MN
Pet Shop Boys Tickets October 30 – Denver CO – Paramount Theatre-Colorado
Pet Shop Boys Tickets November 3 – Salt Lake City UT – E Center
Pet Shop Boys Tickets November 5 – Seattle WA – Paramount Theatre-Washington
Pet Shop Boys Tickets November 7 – San Francisco CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Pet Shop Boys Tickets November 8 – Los Angeles CA – Wiltern Theatre
Pet Shop Boys Tickets November 9 – Los Angeles CA – Wiltern Theatre

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American Idols Live Concert Review and Tickets

July 21, 2006

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Guilty pleasure is the only way to describe the American Idols Live! tour, which rolled into Long Island on July 16. While many people claim not to be fans of the manufactured pop stars, the audience consisted of a variety of enthusiastic fans with a wide age range.

There were tons of signs proclaiming devotion to a favorite “Idol,” and the evening’s individual performances probably did little to change anyone’s mind about who they came to see.

The men definitely outshined the women, and Taylor Hicks showed why he ended up on top. With no introduction, he made his way through the crowd singing “Jailhouse Rock.” He proceeded to sing “Hollywood Nights,” “Living for the City” and of course, “Do I Make You Proud.” He played the guitar, the harmonica, banged a tambourine and didn’t disappoint as he offered his infamous uncoordinated, but charming dancing. Of all the Idols, he seemed most comfortable in his skin and with the band.

While Taylor definitely conjured up his share of screams, Chris Daughtry certainly rivaled him there. Looking very much the rock star, Chris opened the second act of the show with his version of Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love.” While Robert Plant need not worry about the competition yet, Chris’ version was more than respectable, and the crowd went wild. A cover of Bon Jovi’s “Wanted Dead or Alive” had the added flavor of his guitar playing. However, it was “Renegade” that really showed what this guy can really offer. Chris has some stage presence, but not enough; probably the reason he came in fourth.

Perhaps the biggest surprise of the night was Ace Young. Ace, who always looked nervous on TV, showed confidence and energy, particularly when he rocked out to “Harder To Breathe.” While showing off his trademark falsetto, he was able to exhibit a side of himself that probably would have given him a higher place finish than seventh had it been more apparent on the show.

The biggest disappointment of the night came when it was announced, finally, that Katharine McPhee had laryngitis and wouldn’t be performing. The timing of the announcement was tacky, since she was first runner up and had a lot of fans anticipating her performance. In place of Kat, the guys sang Guns N’ Roses’ “Patience” as her video played behind them. It seemed a bit like a memorial.

As for the rest of the performers, Elliot Yamin offered a mellow set highlighted by “Moody’s Mood for Love” but overall, while not unpleasant, it was pretty forgettable. His duet with Daughtry, however, on Nickelback’s “Savin’ Me” was one of the more enjoyable moments of the show. The vocals were barely audible over the cheering.

Bucky Covington evinced a lot of showmanship with an audience sing-a-long of “Drift Away.” He even managed to pull off the somewhat corny duet of “You’re the One That I Want” with Kellie Pickler. Pickler, Mandisa and Lisa Tucker, while all good singers, didn’t overwhelm. Paris Bennett seemed to be the female crowd favorite, but her Beyonce/”Flashdance” moves were more than a little contrived.

To close the two-hour-plus show, Hicks came back to the stage for an encore and then was joined by the rest of the crew for “We Are the Champions” and “Living in America.”

While last year’s tour was a bit more inspiring since it was the first year with both a strong country singer (Carrie Underwood) credible rock artists (Bo Bice and Constantine Maroulis), these Idols still managed to make their show a fun night out on the town.

American Idols Live Tour Dates

American Idols Live Tickets 8/20 – Peoria IL – Civic Center Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 8/22 – St. Pau, MN – Xcel Energy Center
American Idols Live Tickets 8/26 – Los Angeles CA – Staples Center
American Idols Live Tickets 8/27 – Anaheim CA – Arrowhead Pond
American Idols Live Tickets 8/29 – Sacramento CA – ARCO Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 8/30 – San Jos, CA – HP Pavilion
American Idols Live Tickets 9/1 – Portland OR – Rose Garden Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 9/2 – Tacoma WA – Tacoma Dome
American Idols Live Tickets 9/5 – Denver CO – Pepsi Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/7 – Grand Prairie TX – Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
American Idols Live Tickets 9/8 – Grand Prairie TX – Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
American Idols Live Tickets 9/9 – Houston TX – Reliant Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 9/10 – Austin TX – Frank Erwin Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/12 – Duluth GA – The Arena at Gwinnett Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/14 – Huntington WV – Big Sandy Superstore Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 9/15 – Norfolk VA – Constant Convocation Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/16 – Reading PA – Sovereign Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/17 – Syracuse NY – War Memorial at OnCenter
American Idols Live Tickets 9/19 – Hershey PA – GIANT Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/21 – Portland ME – Cumberland County Civic
American Idols Live Tickets 9/22 – Providence RI – Dunkin Donuts Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/23 – Bridgeport CT – Arena at Harbor Yard
American Idols Live Tickets 9/24 – Wilkes-Barre PA – Wachovia Center

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Mary J. Taking Her Breakthrough Experience on the Road

June 10, 2006

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What a year 2006 is shaping up to be for road-tripping women. First Madonna, then Mariah, and now Mary J.

According to Blige’s representative, the queen of hip-hop soul will kick off her next tour July 14 at the UMB Bank Pavilion in St. Louis with openers Jaheim and LeToya Luckett. The last stop will be September 8 at Concord,California’s Chronicle Pavilion. The singer, whose The Breakthrough LP is on its way to becoming her best-selling album to date, has named the outing Mary J. Blige: The Breakthrough Experience.

Blige, who was a headliner at Sunday’s Summer Jam in New York, will have two more high-profile warm-up shows before the official tour launch. She takes the stage with New Edition at Houston’s Essence Music Festival on July 1, and she’s also taking part in Milwaukee’s Summerfest.

Mary J. Blige Tour Dates

Mary J. Blige Tickets 8/20 – Clarkston MI – DTE Energy Music Theater
Mary J. Blige Tickets 8/25 – Miami FL – American Airlines Arena
Mary J. Blige Tickets 8/26 – Tampa FL – Ford Amphitheater
Mary J. Blige Tickets 8/27 – Atlant, GA – HiFi Buys Amphitheatre
Mary J. Blige Tickets 9/1 – Irvine CA – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Mary J. Blige Tickets 9/2 – Las Vegas NV – Mandalay Bay
Mary J. Blige Tickets 9/3 – Universal City CA – Gibson Amphitheater
Mary J. Blige Tickets 9/6 – Phoenix AZ – Cricket Pavilion
Mary J. Blige Tickets 9/7 – Marysville CA – Sleep Train Amphitheater
Mary J. Blige Tickets 9/8 – Concord CA – Sleep Train Pavilion

Shaheem Reid

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Crucifixes, Leather and Hits

June 10, 2006

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The dancing queen of spectacle concerts, Madonna has the unique ability to transform garish production values into powerful autobiography. The opening Los Angeles date of Madonna’s Confessions Tour wasn’t a reinvention so much as it was a refinement of the elaborately choreographed, sexually provocative extravaganza she created with 1990’s Blond Ambition Tour. As its title implies, Confessions is very much all about Madonna.

After making her descent to the stage in a giant disco ball, Madonna sang a medley of ”Future Lovers” and Donna Summer’s synth milestone ”I Feel Love” in Jean-Paul Gaultier-designed equestrian drag while ridinghunky male dancers similarly clad in S&M-inspired harnesses. For a ballsy, full-voiced rendition of ”Like a Virgin,” she mounted a studded leather merry-go-round saddle as video screens flashed X-ray photos. Only Madonna could deliver a seriously hot pole dance while referencing her bone-cracking tumble from a horse on her forty-seventh birthday last August.

Less successful was her organ-laden version of ”Live to Tell,” which found the singer strapped to a mirrored crucifix as African AIDS statistics flashed onscreen — the show’s tone darkening so suddenly that this potentially poignant image instead came across as bombast. ”Forbidden Love” redeemed the sequence: A pair of male dancers interlocked arms in an understated, mesmerizing ritual that thesinger joined.

For ”I Love New York,” she broke out a guitar to paraphrase the slashing chords of the Stooges’ ”I Wanna Be Your Dog,” and strutted up and down her catwalk with Iggy Pop-ian abandon for ”Let It Will Be.” Paying tribute to Saturday Night Fever, Madonna peaked the concert with an ingenious mash-up of the Trammps’ classic ”Disco Inferno” and her own ”Music.”

Throughout the show, Madonna voiced her continued dissatisfaction with fame even as she justified her own. It’s an old complaint, but when Madonna celebrated her gift for substantial glitz, she seemed nearly as youthful as when her lucky star began rising a long, long time ago.

Madonna Confessions Tour Dates

Aug. 03 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 06 Rome Olympic Stadium
Aug. 09 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 10 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 12 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 13 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 15 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 16 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 20 Dusseldorf LTU Arena
Aug. 22 Hannover Niedersachsen
Aug. 24 Horsens (Denmark) Forum Horsens Outdoor
Aug. 27 Paris Bercy Stadium
Aug. 28 Paris Bercy Stadium
Aug. 30 Paris Bercy Stadium
Aug. 31 Paris Bercy Stadium
Sept. 03 Amsterdam Arena
Sept. 04 Amsterdam Arena
Sept. 06 Prague Sazka Arena
Sept. 07 Prague Sazka Arena

Barry Walters

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‘American Idol’ Top 10 Add 20 More Shows to Summer Plans

June 9, 2006

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With newly crowned champ Taylor Hicks still basking in the glow of his win Wednesday night, the “American Idol” TV juggernaut isn’t the only 800-pound gorilla in the franchise. The American Idols Live Tour has added 16 fresh stops and tacked on second shows in four markets to make it one of the summer’s biggest outings.

The now 59-date tour will kick off with a pair of shows in Manchester, New Hampshire, on July 5 and 6, then hit Worcester, Massachusetts, for a two-fer on July 7 and 8, before doubling up a week later in East Rutherford, New Jersey (July 13, 14) and Uniondale, New York (July 15, 16).

The additional September dates will keep the 10 finalists Paris Bennett, Bucky Covington, Chris Daughtry, Taylor Hicks, Mandisa, Katharine McPhee, Kellie Pickler, Lisa Tucker, Elliott Yamin and Ace Young on the road through a September 24 date in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, at the Wachovia Center, according to a press release on the official “Idol” Web site. Tickets for the new dates will go on sale Saturday.

American Idols Live Tour dates, according to the show’s official Web site:

American Idols Live Tickets 8/20 – Peoria IL – Civic Center Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 8/22 – St. Pau, MN – Xcel Energy Center
American Idols Live Tickets 8/26 – Los Angeles CA – Staples Center
American Idols Live Tickets 8/27 – Anaheim CA – Arrowhead Pond
American Idols Live Tickets 8/29 – Sacramento CA – ARCO Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 8/30 – San Jos, CA – HP Pavilion
American Idols Live Tickets 9/1 – Portland OR – Rose Garden Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 9/2 – Tacoma WA – Tacoma Dome
American Idols Live Tickets 9/5 – Denver CO – Pepsi Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/7 – Grand Prairie TX – Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
American Idols Live Tickets 9/8 – Grand Prairie TX – Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
American Idols Live Tickets 9/9 – Houston TX – Reliant Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 9/10 – Austin TX – Frank Erwin Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/12 – Duluth GA – The Arena at Gwinnett Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/14 – Huntington WV – Big Sandy Superstore Arena
American Idols Live Tickets 9/15 – Norfolk VA – Constant Convocation Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/16 – Reading PA – Sovereign Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/17 – Syracuse NY – War Memorial at OnCenter
American Idols Live Tickets 9/19 – Hershey PA – GIANT Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/21 – Portland ME – Cumberland County Civic
American Idols Live Tickets 9/22 – Providence RI – Dunkin Donuts Center
American Idols Live Tickets 9/23 – Bridgeport CT – Arena at Harbor Yard
American Idols Live Tickets 9/24 – Wilkes-Barre PA – Wachovia Center

Gil Kaufman

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Madonna Launches Tour With Disco Crucifixion

May 25, 2006

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Though Madonna’s latest world tour has been dubbed the Confessions tour in honor of the singer’s latest album, Confessions on a Dance Floor, the trek, which began Sunday night before a sold-out audience at L.A.’s hallowed Forum, was much more Cirque du Soleil than a night of intimate revelation.Descending from the heavens at a quarter to nine in a ton-and-a-half disco ball — covered in 2 million dollars? worth in crystals — Madonna began the “Equestrian” portion of the show (the nearly two-hour show was broken down into four sections) with Confessions’ “Future Lover.” Clad in horseback-riding attire, complete with top hat and riding crop, she moved around the stage’s center inlet, which stretched halfway through the floor, before making her way to center to pay homage to another disco queen, with Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love.” She returned to the new album for “Get Together,” performing the song without much assistance from her cadre of backup dancers — and proving why the disco-tinged track is one of the album’s high points.

But since the majority of the frenzied throng paid as much as $350 a ticket for some high-powered spectacle, Madonna would not let the faithful down. And she didn’t: The pop diva rode a mechanical saddle/stripper pole during “Like a Virgin” and displayed her gymnastics skills in “Jump.” Madonna re-emerged for the “Bedouin” portion of the evening on a mammoth disco crucifix wearing a crown of thorns to perform “Live to Tell.” She returned to religious imagery for Confession’s “Isaac,” which featured a woman dancing in a cage. The singer showed some of that who-gives-a-fuck attitude that first made her a star with “Like It or Not,” a rendition spiked by her burlesque-style dancing with a chair. And that was only in the first half of the evening.

Changing costumes again for the “Never Mind the Bollocks” section, Madonna came out rocking an electric guitar for “I Love New York,” which featured projections of the city skyline on a large video screen. She held the guitar while exhorting the crowd to dance for a hard-rocking version of the title track of Ray of Light. In keeping with the theme of this portion, the background dancers reemerged, New Wave’d out in black-and-white ties.

Madonna’s career has been marked by her chameleon-like ability to reinvent herself, and indeed, in the annals of pop music, her talent in that category may be second only to David Bowie’s. Throughout the night, she continually assumed new roles — even playing the balladeer remarkably well, in renditions of “Drowned World” and “Paradise (Not for Me),” the latter of which was a duet with Yitzhak Sinwani, whom she introduced as her friend.

The singer’s most recent role in the pop world has been dance diva, and she assumed that mantle proudly for the evening’s final “Disco” theme. Emerging to the beat of the Tramps’ “Disco Inferno” in a John Travolta-style white suit (circa Saturday Night Fever, of course), Madonna became the dancing queen for high-energy versions of “Music,” “La Isla Bonita” (complete witha cavalcade of dancers and tropical-island images), a techno-fied “Lucky Star” and the closer, “Hung Up.” With the climax of that runaway single, gold balloons descended from the rooftops.

Madonna had played many roles in the first night of her Confessions tour — but confessor was not one of them. Apparently, in all the pomp and circumstance, there was no room for warmth, or even the attitude that made her recent Coachella festival performance so memorable.

Performing at Coachella before a largely foreign audience, she appeared as the Madonna of old: defiant, hungry, ready to fight. A determined Madonna, one who might spar with the crowd, seemed largely absent this weekend at the Forum. She limited her interaction to platitudes like, “Are you ready for aride, L.A.?,” “The show is just beginning!” and “Put on your dancing shoes.”

Then again, she didn’t have anything to prove to these fans. They got exactly what they wanted on this night: a celebration of all things Madonna, for better or worse.

Madonna Confessions Tour Dates

Aug. 03 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 06 Rome Olympic Stadium
Aug. 09 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 10 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 12 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 13 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 15 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 16 London Wembley Arena
Aug. 20 Dusseldorf LTU Arena
Aug. 22 Hannover Niedersachsen
Aug. 24 Horsens (Denmark) Forum Horsens Outdoor
Aug. 27 Paris Bercy Stadium
Aug. 28 Paris Bercy Stadium
Aug. 30 Paris Bercy Stadium
Aug. 31 Paris Bercy Stadium
Sept. 03 Amsterdam Arena
Sept. 04 Amsterdam Arena
Sept. 06 Prague Sazka Arena
Sept. 07 Prague Sazka Arena

Steve Baltin

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Mariah Carey Readies First Tour in Three Years

May 24, 2006

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Five-time Grammy winner Mariah Carey will take to the road this summer for a two-month, thirty-city arena run slated to kick off in Miami August 5th and run through October 10th in Phoenix. The Adventures of Mimi: The Voice, the Hits, the Tour will be Carey’s first outing in more than three years. Dancehall star Sean Paul will open the first month of the trek, with more openers to be announced. Special guests will also appear in select cities.

Carey will be touring in support of last year’s The Emancipation of Mimi, which has thus far sold more than six million copies. According to the singer’s Web site, which boasts of the “most elaborate concert production of Mariah’s career” and promises “surprises every night,” Carey will also draw on her back catalog of hits, a few of which have never been performed live.

In December, the divine Miss M’s single “Don’t Forget About Us” reached Number One, tying Elvis Presley’s total of a whopping seventeen Number One songs, and bringing the diva just three chart-topping singles shy of the Beatles’ record.

“In the past, I knew people wanted certain formulaic things from me,” Carey told Rolling Stone early last year. “By ‘people,’ I mean executives. But the funny thing is, I’ve always known that what I really love would be commercially successful.”

Mariah Carey Tour Dates:

Mariah Carey Tickets 8/21 – Boston – T.D. Waterhouse Centre
Mariah Carey Tickets 8/23 – New York – Madison Square Garden
Mariah Carey Tickets 8/25 – Uncasville Connecticut – Mohegan Sun
Mariah Carey Tickets 8/27 – East Rutherford New Jersey – Continental Airlines Arena
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/1 – Albany New York – Pepsi Arena
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/3 – Hershey Pennsylvania – Giant Center
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/5 – Verona New York – Turning Stone Casino
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/7 – Washington D.C. – Verizon Center
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/9 – Detroit – Palace
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/11 – Chicago – United Center
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/14 – Houston – Toyota Center
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/16 – Dallas – American Airlines Arena
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/18 – Denver – Pepsi Center
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/21 – Edmonton – Alberta, Rexall Place
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/23 – Vancouver – General Motors Place
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/25 – Seattle – Key Arena
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/27 – Sacramento California – Arco Arena
Mariah Carey Tickets 9/30 – Las Vegas – MGM Grand
Mariah Carey Tickets 10/2 – Oakland California – Oakland Arena
Mariah Carey Tickets 10/8 – San Diego – Ipayone Center
Mariah Carey Tickets 10/10 – Phoenix – US Airways Arena

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Madonna Tour Tickets Selling Quickly

April 21, 2006

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Initial ticket sales for Madonnna’s upcoming Confessions tour have been predictably huge, with shows added in several cities and virtually all dates selling out.

The tour, which begins May 21 in Los Angeles, has sold out four shows in Paris at Bercy Stadium beginning August 27, seven shows at London’s Wembley Arena beginning August 1, two shows at the 40,000-capacity Amsterdam Arena beginning September 3, and four shows in New York’s Madison Square Garden beginning June 28, as well as doubles in Los Angeles, Montreal, Miami and Chicago.

Also sold out are Las Vegas (May 27), Philadelphia (July 12), Hartford, Conn. (June 25), Phoenix (June 8) and San Jose (May 30).

Tour producer Arthur Fogel, president of Live Nation’s TNA International, told Billboard.com there had clearly been no resistance to ticket prices that range from $50 to $350. “What you have is a recognition that she creates and delivers a spectacular show every time she goes on the road,” said Fogel. “And this tour will be no different.”

With a gross potential in the $200 million range, Confessions could be the top-grossing tour ever for a female artist. In 2004, Madonna’s Re-Invention tour grossed $125 million and drew more than 900,000 fans to 56 shows.

Ray Waddell

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